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.a.r.t. station where dallas used to sit. >> he was a really sweet man. he always helped those around him, whoever needed it. he always helped me and i always helped him. he did lead a quiet life. >> reporter: at 77 years old, he sold the chronicle and other papers for decades. >> the victim was working, had taken a break on the sidewalk, a suspect approached him, said something to the victim then put him down on the concrete. >> reporter: he suffered hip injuries and after weeks in the hospital, he died. the investigation now a homicide. customers today left flowers saying they can't believe it. >> pretty awful, particularly you know, you don't really expect that in this area particularly. and you know, you hear about these stories of people being pushed in front of trains in new york and that kind of stuff. i haven't heard of anything like this. it's really awful. >> reporter: it was 11:00 a.m., the financial district. witnesses got him back on his feet. miller believes ayers may have been robbed. his wall let was missing, but investigators say they don't believe anything was taken. what is gone
and within our sense that god remains with us. >> it will definite ly take administrative part of the church. but in terms of believing in the lord, it doesn't change that. >> reporter: father benedict hopes that catholics consider this to be an experience in which to feel the continuity of the church and faith. there will be a special mass at 7:00 tonight here at st. joseph cathedral and it will include san jose bishop patrick mcgrath. they'll be celebrating the pope's retirement and praying for a smooth transition. we're live in san jose. i'm arturo santiago, nbc bay area news. >>> pope benedict xvi is the first pope in 600 years to resign. it is a very big deal. mary ann ahern is live in vatican city. what's the atmosphere like out there right now? >> reporter: it has been a most unusual day, marla, very dramatic. when the pope met this morning starting out his day with cardinals, you could tell that they had so much affection for him by their applause. each one stopping and speaking to him. and even a few handing him notes. he had words for them telling them that he would be obedient to
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